Productive People was founded in 2014 in partnership with 2 of the UK’s leading recruitment consultancies providing contract, retained and permanent recruitment solutions to the global market place. Productive People specialises in supplying the most productive people available in all major economic sectors.
The role has responsibility for working with all to develop a positive organisational culture, aligned to our values and which fosters accountability, innovation and continuous improvement. The role will be a key driver and leader in ensuring the effective development and implementation of HR strategies, policies and processes; and the specific HR strategies required to build capability.
- · In conjunction with other members of the HR team, take a leadership role in the development and implementation of generalist HR strategies, policies and projects.
- · Identify, design and implement general HR strategies and solutions to achieve agreed outcomes relating to: organisational design, organisational change, performance management, workforce and strategic planning and other generalist HR activities inclusive of effective negotiation and consultation with staff
- ·Deliver a high level of proactive and reactive support, management and advice to managers and staff in employee relations, encompassing, equal employment opportunity/diversity case management.
- · Contribute as a HR team member to develop and/or enhance policies, procedures and systems to support HR ‘best practice”.
- ·Represent and provide high level advice and support on behalf of Genesis on internal and external forums and committees.
- ·Develop effective, collaborative relationships and networking with all internal clients and external stakeholders.
- ·Lead, develop and motivate the HR team. ·Develop training processes to satisfy organisational competence and assist the team to produce best practice learning aids and presentations
- ·Take ownership of the HR results and outcomes
- · Provide high level, timely and professional advice to senior managers and staff, in interpreting and implementing human resource policy including: change management; HR planning; industrial relations; retention, performance management; workplace health; and organisation development and change